Thais Beltrame "Where I'm Not" @ Galeria Movimento, Rio de Janeiro

Juxtapoz // Thursday, October 10, 2013
Sao Paulo-based fine aritst Thais Beltrame, who we have featured in the magazine and profiled on the site in the past, is set to open a brand new solo show, Where I'm Not (Onde Não Estou) at Galeria Movimento in Rio de Janeiro, tonight, October 10. Beltrame's works always seem to carry with them a literary quality, layered storytelling techniques, and a quiet energy of her own universe. 

An in-depth look at the February 2011 Juxtapoz featuring Escif, Swoon, and Michael Leon

Street Art // Tuesday, January 18, 2011
The February 2011 issue of Juxtapoz is now on newsstands, featuring one of our favorite emerging artists, Spanish multifaceted talent Escif. Check out everything in FEB 2011 after the jump . . .

The Sneak Peek—Our February 2011 Juxtapoz Cover with ESCIF

Street Art // Friday, January 07, 2011
One of the artists we feel is making a great impact on the international art scene is Spanish artist Escif, and we present his work as the cover of our February 2011 Newsstand and Subscriber issues. The February issue also features a 26-page photo essay by Tod Seelie of the Juxtapoz 15th Anniversary Project that happened in Detroit this past October 2010. Full cover after the jump. . .

Thais Beltrame at Art Association of Jackson Hole

Juxtapoz // Sunday, January 02, 2011
Upcoming Juxtapoz feature in our February issue and one of our Artists to Watch a few Sunday ago, Thais Beltrame, will be showing at the Art Association of Jackson Hole this coming January 14, 2011. The Brazilian born artist will take her black and white drawings that feature existential themes and childhood memories to the beautiful town in Wyoming. Not sure we have had a Wyoming reference here in a while. Feels good. More after the jump . . .

Artist to Watch: Thais Beltrame

Juxtapoz // Sunday, December 19, 2010
*Every Sunday, Juxtapoz.com will highlight an artist that we feel is currently on the cusp of a new level of critical and technical success. The artist we feature will not necessarily be unknown, nor will they be of a pre-established museum career. But they will be artists who have showcased progress in a new body of work that deserves continual examination. We will mostly look at the work itself and let the art speak. Today, we look at Brazilian fine artist, Thais Beltrame.

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